Navajo Sterling Silver and Tuquoise Storyteller Pendant

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Jeff James Jr. - Navajo Sterling Silver
Turquoise Storyteller Pendant
HK Item #NP142

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Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver Storyteller Turquoise pendant

The body of this magnificent pendant is a 3-D shadowbox that resembles a cross between a horseshoe and a naja. The front surface is cut out and the back wall of the shadowbox is darkened to provide contrast.

The story is the life of a man (right) and a woman (left) under the sun and stars.
The top scene is Monument Valley,
a house and a wagon.

Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver Storyteller Turquoise pendant

Truly a wonderful, homespun feel to this piece.
To add color and a little action to the piece, Jeff James Jr. has suspended a brilliant red piece of turquoise set in a smooth bezel.

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Jeff James Jr.
Navajo
Sterling Silver
Storyteller Turquoise
Pendant
NP142

$185 SOLD

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"I immediately saved one of these rare pendants for myself and it has become a favorite piece. When I am away from home, I feel like I am taking home with me."

Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver Storyteller Turquoise pendant

The very generous 1/2 inch wide bail is stamped and swinging.

You can wear this piece with silver beads, a stone necklace, a collar, heavy chain, leather, anything.

Collar not included.

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Height
3" long from bail to end of Turquoise
Width
1 1/4"
Thickness
3/16"
Materials
Sterling Silver, Turquoise
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Hallmarks
JJJ
Sterling
Artist
Jeff James Jr., Navajo

 

 


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